|Type||Armoured Personnel Carrier|
|Seats|| 11 seats:
|Item capacity|| Max: 3000 kg
|Top speed|| 96 km/h on land
10 km/h in water
|Fuel capacity||45 L|
|Primary armament|| Main:
|Secondary armament|| Defensive:
- Troop transport
- Fire support
|«|| The MSE-3 Marid is an amphibious 6-wheeled APC used by the OPFOR army. It's an agile and maneuverable vehicle with a low silhouette and compact size. Its reliability and maintenance costs match the western APCs. It's fitted as standard with an RCWS turret with 40mm GMG and 6.5mm LMG and is able to carry up to 8 soldiers in the cargo space.|
The MSE-3 is a 6x6 armoured personnel carrier that can be adapted to suit many roles, not limited to but including reconnaissance, troop transport, and fire support.
It is fitted with an RCWS turret that is armed with a dual-mount 12.7mm heavy machine gun and 40mm automatic grenade launcher.
The externally mounted RCWS comes pre-loaded with a single 500 round belt of 12.7mm ammunition, and also has 96 rounds of high-explosive 40mm grenades.
A relatively compact-sized APC, it has good handling both on and off-road and has a decent turn rate. It is also amphibious-capable and can cross water channels while providing cover fire for dismounted troops.
However, it has far less armour compared to its NATO and AAF counterparts. Nor does it possess the same kind of firepower that would enable it to tackle threats beyond infantry and other soft targets. Nonetheless, it is still decently armoured enough to at least be able to protect its crew and passengers from small arms fire and non-large explosives.
The MSE-3 has a seating capacity of eleven personnel including the crew. The crew includes the driver, gunner and commander.
- Hex: Following a light tan/dark tan/dark green cell pattern camouflage, this is used in forested, grass plains, and desert environments.
- Green Hex: Following a dark tan/light green/dark green cell pattern camouflage, this is used in heavily forested and tropic environments.
- The Marid is based on the real-world 6x6 variant of the "Arma", a Turkish-made APC designed by Otokar.
- Marid translates to "rebellious" in Arabic, and is often synonymous with demons.